Chinese New Year is here! Where will you go and what will you do for the Spring Festival?
“Flame red” paper-cuts and window décor, festival couplets and firecrackers always easily imbue the New Year atmosphere with the jubilancy of the festival. With the intention of surpassing traditional and regional restrictions, it is trendy nowadays to go abroad and experience an exotic turn of the Chinese calendar, albeit the eagerness for “seeing off the old and making way for the new “ still prevails.
As the proverb goes, “exercise leniency, and you shall find your horizon opening up to boundless skies and land; cultivate goodness, and you will find your decedents benefiting from the heritage.” For the second decennial of the Suho Paper Memorial Museum, we hope to share our “gorgeous paper for beautiful life” offer with you at an unhurried pace throughout 2015. To begin with, the exhibition, “Festive Paper for New Year Celebrations and Heart Purification”, invites you to a soul cleansing visit.
As you slowly stroll the field of flame red paper in festive glow, you will find yourself freed from the fetters of time and once more able to breathe deeply. Under the kindled lights that purge your mind of chaos, you will find yourself returning to your internal bliss, the “heartland” where you cultivate goodness. In this way, we see off the past year with gratitude and tolerance, and make way for wellness and peace in the Year of the Goat with generosity and heartfelt intentions.